Essential Oil Monoterpenes
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Essential Oil Monoterpenes Overview

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Eucalyptus oil is a standard ingredient in cough drops and cough syrups, as well as oils added to humidifiers. A standardized combination of eucalyptus oil plus two other essential oils has been studied for effectiveness in a variety of respiratory conditions. This combination therapy contains cineole from eucalyptus, d-limonene from citrus fruit, and alpha-pinene from pine. Because these oils are all in a chemical family called monoterpenes, the treatment is called “essential oil monoterpenes.”

DIM also has complex interactions with the hormone estrogen, which could lead to either positive or negative effects on cancer risk.

Dosage

In studies, this essential oil combination was taken at a dose of 300 mg three to four times daily.

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